Originally Posted by virtualbernie
And when all else fails, I clip near the unruly seam and within a hair's breath of the seam, leave the unruly seam where it is and press the rest of the seam to where it should be!
Originally Posted by Vanuatu Jill
Originally Posted by collady
I am off to Pigeon Forge in March and looking forward to going. I hope to see an old friend who goes every year. My son's mother-in-law and I are going together. I got her into quilting, and she is loving it and excited about the trip. I may over purchase, but it is also my birthday, so no guilt! I love to look at everything and do get inspired!
Originally Posted by MaryLane
I warned you it was simple. I am almost ashamed to post it.
I remember five years ago he paid a shop to do one for his grandson. It was a piece of cotton backed with a piece of fleece that had the name embroidered on it. No quilting. No binding. Just sewn together,
Originally Posted by oldtnquiltinglady
I love this "whatever it is" that allows sewing/crafters/young or old ladies (and the man who might be looking over our shoulders) to peruse and enjoy each other's company and comments. I even occasionally have my cup of coffee here with me while I visit. I have been sitting here for over two hours and am starving to death; can't get my husband to fix me something to eat.
So, my thoughts are, you do it (and if you are not able to do it alone, snag the first kid who
Originally Posted by dpparris
you could make a braid quilt
Oooooooo, I love that one... I was just thinking last evening about doing a French Braid, and wondering where my book is. Now I don't need my book. Love love love it......